Montreal September 2017 Events and Attractions
September in Montreal? Think two seasons in one month. Summer, fall... the best of both worlds. A fantastic time to visit for folks aversive to Montreal's thick summer crowds and hot, humid temperatures, relocating to the city in September offers comparable perks.
A time for apple picking, lantern-gawking, art exhibits and long strolls in the park, September is an idyllic time to explore the city as days shorten in time for fall's colorful onset.
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Free entertainment every single day of the month? BUT OF COURSE.
Visit Montreal museums for free on key days, discover stunning architecture and interior design, indulge in a few free concerts and with any luck, leaf-peeping season rears its first color shift by month's end.
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Figure out ahead of time where to eat, where to hang, and where to go with this nifty guide to this weekend in Montreal.
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From where to see the best fall foliage in Montreal to when to go pumpkin picking with the whole clan to planning which gigs to catch at the next indie music fest, take full advantage of the season's best events and activities.
You might even want to get a head start on that Halloween costume.
To get started, consult this guide to the best of Montreal in the fall. It details the season's biggest and best events, seasonal attractions, weather expectations and major end-of-summer and fall holidays, including Labour Day, Canadian Thanksgiving and Halloween.
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Visiting Montreal in September?
September is a fantastic month to be in Montreal. The summer heat and humidity has lost most of its bite, but temperatures are still clement, a great time to put on those walking shoes and trek through the city.
If comfortably mobile, book a room in Old Montreal as a starting point for your urban hike.
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Montreal weather in September? One of my favorite months in the city, Montreal's legendary summer humidity generally tapers off by Labour Day, although the region is known to enjoy its fair share of mild, sunny Indian summers.
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But even when the mercury dips, the temperature is still fairly pleasant in and around the city, roughly room temperature, give or take.Continue to 9 of 9 below.
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